PABLO ROMERO / COMMUNICATION AREA FEB
When Cesar Aneas laid his gaze on the Argentine international Agostina Burani He did it knowing very well the type of player he was about to incorporate into his project. Campus Promises.
Because as it could be seen last year in Madrid and as it had shown during years of riding between Argentina and Europe, the interior is pure heart on some tracks in which it begins to mark the differences for the Rioja team.
This was how it could be seen in the visit of his team to Mendizorrotza last Saturday where Burani served as the natural leader of the team on the track. A performance that led him to sign 78% of his team’s valuation credits (29 out of 37) and with which he could not prevent the victory of the Kutxabank Araski ().
And all this despite being the author of 16 points (1/1 TL and 6/11 TC), 10 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 recovery and 5 fouls received that will remain as the best possible indication for the next days in a team willing to grow.
In his native Argentina, in Italy, in France and even in our country throughout different stages … There are many places where Agostina Burani (Promising Campus) It has been exhibiting its quality over the last few years. A job that has made her a team player at all times and that has required a total of 54 games in Spain to win her first award as MVP. In this way, Burani managed to bring back to Logroño an award that had not visited the Palacio de los Deportes since Laia Flores managed to win it almost a year ago, with his 40 valuation goals on matchday 16 of last year ().
The ideal quintet of the day:
Luxury quintet formed after the dispute of a third day in which quality and experience were cited on the floor to be able to shape a team of those with which any technician could dream of during the summer.
Because the base experience Maria Bettencourt (Casademont Zaragoza), together with the quality of Tanaya Atkinson (Kutxabank Araski) served not only to their teams to prevail in their respective duels at home, but also to reinforce the leadership of their squads on the floor. A terrain in which one moves like no one else Belén Arrojo (Lointek Gernika) who signed one of his most complete matches in the competition for the victory of his in the Basque derby.
Already in interior positions, the talent under the hoops of Agostina Burani (Promising Campus) It was decisive so that the Argentine four could conquer an MVP that, however, did not serve to certify an elusive victory. Situation similar to that experienced in San Sebastián by his inner companion, a Andrijana Cvitkovic (IDK Euskotren) who stood out helping the five.
Base: Maria Bettencourt (Casademont Zaragoza) 21 val: 15 points (1/1 TL and 6/9 TC), 7 rebounds, 1 assists and 3 fouls received.
Shooting guard: Tanaya Atkinson (Kutxabank Araski) 27 val: 16 points (8/14 T2), 17 rebounds, 1 recovery and 5 fouls received.
Eaves: Belén Arrojo (Lointek Gernika) 24 val: 6 points (3/7 TC), 15 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 fouls received.
Power forward: Agostina Burani (Promising Campus) 29 val: 16 points (1/1 TL and 6/11 TC), 10 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 recovery and 5 fouls received.
Pivot: Andrijana Cvitkovic (IDK Euskotren) 23 val: 16 points (8/10 TL and 4/10 TC), 8 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 stopper and 7 fouls received.
Season stats – Agostina Burani:
Played games: 2
Fouls received: 3.5
Sports career – Agostina Burani:
Cat. Training: Lanus (Argentina)
2008/09: Lanus (Argentina)
2009/10: BF Badajoz Extremadura (LF2)
2010/12: Atlético Lanus (Argentina)
2013/14: San Giovani (Italy)
2014/16: Union Florida Club (Argentina)
2016/17: Roannais (France)
2017/18: Pacisa Alcobendas (LF2)
2018/20: Sanitary Works (Argentina)
2020/21: Movistar Students (LF Endesa)
2021/22: Campus Promete (LF Endesa)